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  • 1. Prostate Cancer Canada is dedicated to the elimination of this disease through research, education, support and awareness. In areas such as support andProstate Cancer Canada 2009 Prostate Cancer Canada
  • 2. * Prostate cancer is the number one cancer threat to Canadian men * Men over 40 should have an annual PSA test * 50% of Canadian men do not book an annual doctor’s appointment * It willProstate Cancer Canada 2009 The Facts Prostate Lung Colorectal Bladder Percentage distribution of Estimated New Cases  for  Selected Cancers, Males, Canada, 2010
  • 3. Early Detection PCC advises men and their doctors take the time to discuss the merits of prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood testing followed by a digital rectal examination (DRE) for early detection of prostate cancer. AGE 40: Establish a baseline PSA value. While the threat of prostate cancer is minimal at this age, it also precedes the onset of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the natural enlargement of the prostate that commonly occurs with age. Unless your resulting baseline PSA score is of concern to your doctor, the PSA need only be repeated every 5 years
  • 4. Prevention * Know your family history: your odds are as high as 1 in 2 if your father had the disease * Reduce your intake of animal and saturated fats * Eat red: stewed tomatoes, strawberries, pomegranates * Eat green: broccoli, cabbage, spinach SeleniumVitamin E Lycopene
  • 5. * Movember is a campaign in partnership with the Movember Foundation * The moustache is our ribbon, it’s the vehicle by which we raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer * Men grow a moustache (“a mo”) during the month of November to raise awareness of the disease * The campaign culminates atProstate Cancer Canada 2009 The Campaign
  • 6. • Guys register at www.movember.com and start 1 Movember with a clean shaven face • The Movember participants, known as Mo Bros, have the remainder of the month to grow and groom their moustache while raising money for prostate cancer research How it Works Prostate Cancer Canada 2009
  • 7. Prostate Cancer Canada 2009 A Success Story Movember is a global success story, with events and celebrations in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain and Ireland
  • 8. Movember funds have allowed PCC to invest in programs that were once unachievable due to lack of funding and resources. Over the past three years Movember has become the primary funder for some very exciting, and innovative programs that could change the future Research made possible
  • 9. KPMG Campaign Support Prostate Cancer Canada 2009 Prostate Cancer Canada would supply the KPMG teams with marketing collateral throughout the course of the campaign to spur fundraising and awareness: Press release/media templates/ mattes •Internal release outlining the Movember campaign, Prostate Cancer Canada and the benefits to KPMG •Matte quotes from Prostate Cancer Canada CEO, researchers •Finished artwork in various sizes that could be dropped into print or electronic publications
  • 10. Prostate Cancer Canada 2009 Why should I get involved ?
  • 11. Why should I get involved LOOK AROUND YOU
  • 12. TOGETHER, WE CAN CHANGE THE FACE OF MEN’S HEALTH
  • 13. THANK YOU MO ON!THANK YOU MO ON!

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